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- Maritime Research | Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute | Accra
기니만 해양연구소에 오신 것을 환영합니다 - GoGMI GoGMI는 가나에 설립된 비영리 단체입니다. 해양 전략 사상가, 실무자 및 동맹국이 기니 만에 영향을 미치는 전략적 해양 문제에 대해 상호 작용하고 아이디어를 공유하며 연구를 수행할 수 있는 '싱크 탱크'를 구성합니다. 연구소의 핵심 사업은 가나와 기니만 해양 우주의 안전, 보안 및 환경 분야에서 전략적 해양 연구, 컨설팅 및 옹호입니다. GoGMI의 주요 목표는 인정된 연구를 생산하고 토착적인 관점에서 솔루션을 제공함으로써 지역의 의견과 이해가 제대로 반영되지 않는 이 지역의 해양 연구의 현재 불균형을 해결하는 것입니다. GoGMI는 가나에 설립된 비영리 단체입니다. 해양 전략 사상가, 실무자 및 동맹국이 기니 만에 영향을 미치는 전략적 해양 문제에 대해 상호 작용하고 아이디어를 공유하며 연구를 수행할 수 있는 '싱크 탱크'를 구성합니다. 연구소의 핵심 사업은 가나와 기니만 해양 우주의 안전, 보안 및 환경 분야에서 전략적 해양 연구, 컨설팅 및 옹호입니다. GoGMI의 주요 목표는 인정된 연구를 생산하고 토착적인 관점에서 솔루션을 제공함으로써 지역의 의견과 이해가 제대로 반영되지 않는 이 지역의 해양 연구의 현재 불균형을 해결하는 것입니다. Click here to request for a copy today! Rationale Overview For decades, the African continent has been confronted by an extensive range of maritime security threats and challenges, each of which cannot be thoroughly addressed without strategic guidance. Consequently, the continent witnessed a proliferation of strategy documents such as the 2050 African Integrated Maritime Strategy in 2012, the Lomé Charter in 2016 and the Africa Blue Economy Strategy in 2019. At the national level, some African states also began processes towards developing comprehensive maritime strategies. Whether or not each of these strategies are on course to achieving their intended objectives still remains an issue of debate. Click here to learn more about the course PROGRAMS ADVOCACY Read more CAPACITY BUILDING Read more RESEARCH Read more OUR SCOPE OF WORK Organization of International Ocean Governance and Maritime Security Conferences and Exhibitions Facilitation of Regional and International Partnerships to Foster Maritime Safety and Security in the Gulf of Guinea Region Analysis of Activities in the Region's Maritime Domain Analysis of National, Regional and International Policies on Ocean Governance and Maritime Security Development of Policy Briefs, Articles and Other Relevant Publications Development, Audit and Validation of Corporate Maritime Security Plans Any Other Efforts that Contribute to a Safe, Secure and Clean Maritime Domain of the Gulf of Guinea Region THE BLUE MENTORSHIP PROGRAMME The Blue Mentorship Programme is an African maritime accelerator intended to encourage youth to engage in sustainable blue economy careers and to offer them support through their business, entrepreneurial or career progression journey. Visit page>>> GoG 지역의 최신 뉴스 소식 미 항공모함 사령관, 남중국해 항해의 자유 주장 더 읽어보기 소식 Bolloré Logistics, 중국에서 서아프리카까지 6척의 자가 리프팅 바지선을 성공적으로 운송 더 읽어보기 소식 혁신적인 부유식 풍력 터빈 재단 설치 - TetraSparon Global Maritime Distress and Safety Services 더 읽어보기 최신 해양 뉴스 News Tunisia Intercepts Nearly 100 Europe-bound Migrants Read More News Indo-Pacific SEACAT Maritime Exercise 2022 Launches in Singapore Read More News ONE launches Marine Safety and Quality Campaign 2022 Read More 1/2 PARTNERSHIPS AND COLLABORATIONS Subscribe to get exclusive updates Email Join Our Mailing List Thanks for subscribing!
- The Gulf Spectrum Journal | GoGMI
THE GULF SPECTRUM GoGMI Journal of Maritime Research About the Journal The Gulf Spectrum is a flagship journal by the Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute (GoGMI), intended to provide stakeholders across the Gulf of Guinea and beyond with unique, local perspectives on critical issues surrounding maritime governance, safety and security in the Gulf of Guinea. From piracy and armed robbery at sea to marine environmental concerns such as plastic pollution, the journal will feature contributions that not only highlight the Gulf’s most pertinent ocean governance concerns, but also explore practicable approaches to addressing these, taking into consideration national and regional contexts. The journal will be published annually; however, thematic areas could run longer as single volumes. Each volume of the journal will be characterised by its own writing style in terms of referencing, word count limits, etc., based on discussions with the journal’s editorial board. Rationale The Gulf Spectrum comes at a crucial point in the Gulf of Guinea’s history, with piratical activity at its lowest point in nearly a decade. The sudden drop in piracy and armed robbery at sea raises some key questions: Can the drop in piratical activities be sustained? Are criminal groups merely shifting their focus to other grey areas of maritime criminality in the region?dit the text and include the information you would like to feature? What interlinkages exist between the region’s broad arrays of maritime security concerns? Beyond these security-centered concerns, the Gulf of Guinea - considered as hosting one of the world’s largest marine ecosystems - is characterised by marine environmental concerns, several of which also have notable intersections with maritime safety and security. The region’s complex and dynamic threat path points to the need to develop a more holistic understanding of its intricacies - an understanding that can only be developed if adequate efforts are put in place to consolidate research outputs and perspectives on varying facets of ocean governance in the Gulf of Guinea. The Gulf Spectrum provides one of the most exclusive, local-driven platforms for this consolidation. By disseminating well-written, analytical pieces from authors within the Gulf of Guinea, the journal will allow its readers to explore unfolding incidents through insider lenses and to hear the voices that matter the most in shaping governance outcomes in a region that was once considered the most dangerous for seafarers across the globe. Subscribe to get exclusive updates about the Journal Email Join Our Mailing List Thanks for subscribing! About Volume 1: Maritime Security Interventions in the Gulf of Guinea It is clear that maritime security debates over the past few decades have centered on the Gulf of Guinea (GoG) – a region considered the most dangerous for seafarers – and the unique conundrum it presents to maritime security cooperation. The Gulf of Guinea is crucial, not only because it is geographically cardinal to maritime trade but also because its strategic significance is largely interwoven with the interests of a large number of actors. The implications of this are as extensive and multifaceted. For instance, while it does imply a multiplicity of interests in enhancing the region’s maritime security, it equally infers the exposure of the region to a more complex set of maritime security threats, as well as a more complex set of responses to these threats. The Gulf is therefore characterised by an intricate nexus of threats and governance challenges that have resulted in varied responses from different levels of actors. From the composite Yaoundé Architecture to the multi-actor G7++ Friends of the Gulf of Guinea, these interventions have emerged in response to the peculiar nature of maritime security challenges faced by the region and are likely to evolve as the dynamics of those challenges change over time. The implications of this proliferation of interventions are two-fold. First, it deepens the need for partnerships and collaborations across a broad range of stakeholders. Second, it heightens elements of informality and experimentation in governance approaches towards attaining shared goals within the region. Whether such an evolution will be beneficial to advancing the multiplex of interests in the region, however, is dependent on a contextual analysis of how their discourses and practices have shaped the maritime security architecture of the region and how various actors deal with the complexities of the region’s maritime security environment. It is also dependent on a credible assessment of how efforts in the region aimed at addressing maritime security concerns can be more effectively coordinated and harnessed towards the attainment of shared interests. This volume seeks to collate research on the complexity of maritime security interventions in the Gulf of Guinea, with the ultimate intent of illuminating viable pathways for harmonizing collective efforts towards enhancing shared goals. Submissions will address the following thematic areas: Evolution of Maritime Security Initiatives Range of existing Initiatives Actor Relations and Responses Request a Copy Today! 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- Library | Gulf Of Guinea Maritime Institute | Greater Accra Region
Library A repository of assessment reports, Special reports, Declarations, Technical Papers, Methodology reports and reports from GoG Experts meetings, Summits, Conferences and Workshops. Academic Papers/Journals Blue Economy Policy Handbook. Academic Papers Deep Sea Mining-A note on potentials and risks. Regional & International Legal Instruments & Agreements/Strategy Documents Reg&Int. Legal Instruments ECOWAS Integrated Maritime Strategy. Yaounde Code of Conduct. 2050 Africa's Integrated Maritime Strategy. The Yaounde Framework - A summary. Reports & Reviews Reports and Reviews G7++FOGG Event Report An Evaluation of the Yaoundé Architecture Strengthening Counter-Piracy Responses: The Gulf of Guinea Maritime Collaboration Forum - SHADE Developing Blue Careers to Foster Strategic Development of Gulf of Guinea Maritime Economies. Agenda for Sustainable Development. Report on Marine Spatial Planning for Achieving SDG 14 in Ghana. Ocean Literacy for all - A toolkit. Ocean Solutions that benefit people. Spotlight on the Exploitation of Company Structures by Illegal Fishing Operators. African Approaches to Maritime Security - The Gulf of Guinea Notes on the Expert Level Virtual Discussion Group (VDG) Meeting - Sustainability of the Yaounde Code of Conduct Architecture Notes on the Expert Level Virtual Discussion Group (VDG) Meeting - Combined Law Enforcement Cooperation with International Partners and Effective Participation with Industry Notes on the Expert Level Virtual Discussion Group (VDG) Meeting - The Role of Strategic Communications in Support of the Yaounde Code of Conduct Architecture Briefing on the Status of Implementation of the Yaounde Code of Conduct Architecture Soft Targets and Black Markets - A piece on Maritime Terrorism Blog Posts Blog Posts IWD 2022 – Gender Equality Today for a Sustainable Tomorrow An Ocean for the Youth - A Holistic Approach to Engaging the Youth in the Maritime Sector World Ocean Day - Collective Action Starts with You 5 Essential Traits That Make Youth Crucial to Addressing Ocean Challenges Newsletters Gulf Review - January 17, 2022 Newsletters Gulf Review - January 24, 2022 Gulf Review - January 31, 2022 Gulf Review - February 7, 2022 Gulf Review - February 14, 2022 Gulf Review - February 21, 2022 Gulf Review - February 28, 2022 Gulf Review - March 15, 2022 Gulf Review - March 21, 2022 Gulf Review - April 4, 2022 Gulf Review - April 11, 2022 Gulf Review - April 25, 2022 Gulf Review - May 9, 2022 Gulf Review - May 30, 2022 Gulf Review - June 20, 2022 Gulf Review - July 11, 2022 Gulf Review - August 8, 2022 Gulf Review - May 16, 2022 Gulf Review - June 6, 2022 Gulf Review - June 27, 2022 Gulf Review - July 18, 2022 Gulf Review - August 15, 2022 Gulf Review - May 23, 2022 Gulf Review - June 13, 2022 Gulf Review - July 04, 2022 Gulf Review - August 1, 2022 Gulf Review - August 22, 2022 Gulf Review - September 5, 2022 Gulf Review - September 12, 2022 Gulf Review - September 19, 2022 Gulf Review - September 26, 2022 Gulf Review - October 3, 2022 Gulf Review - October 10, 2022 Gulf Review - October 17, 2022 Gulf Review - October 24, 2022 Gulf Review - October 31, 2022 Gulf Review - November 7, 2022 Gulf Review - November 14, 2022 Gulf Review - November 21, 2022 Gulf Review - November 28, 2022 Gulf Review - December 5, 2022 Gulf Review - December 12, 2022 Gulf Review - December 19, 2022 Gulf Review - January 16, 2023 Gulf Review - January 23, 2023 Gulf Review - January 30, 2023 2023 Gulf Review - February 6, 2023 Gulf Review - February 13, 2023 Gulf Review - February 20, 2023 Gulf Review - February 27, 2023 Gulf Review - March 13, 2023 Gulf Review - April 17, 2023 Gulf Review - May 22, 2023 Gulf Review - May 29, 2023 Gulf Review - June 5, 2023 Gulf Review - June 12, 2023 Gulf Review - June 26, 2023 Gulf Review - July 3, 2023 Gulf Review - July 10, 2023 Gulf Review - July 17, 2023 Gulf Review - July 24, 2023 Gulf Review - July 31, 2023 Gulf Review - August 7, 2023 Gulf Review - August 14, 2023 Gulf Review - August 21, 2023 Gulf Review - September 4, 2023 Gulf Review - September 11, 2023 Gulf Review - September 18, 2023
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